The Solution is in the Soil… a Talk with Dan Kittredge

With so many of us involved in the ag and food communities in Petaluma and the North Bay concerned about the health and well-being of our soils, we do come across an abundance of important, often compelling news worth sharing on the subject.

Tomorrow, for example, Daily Acts is hosting a presentation at the Seed Bank well worth your time if the latest in vital, nutrient-dense soils is your concern.

Dan Kittredge of the Bionutrient Food Association is in town. Buy your tickets for this presentation now.

Thanks to D’lynda Fischer for bringing this to our attention.

Dan Kittredge

Photo courtesy of the Bionutrient Food Association


The Solution is in the Soil… a Talk with Dan Kittredge

From Daily Acts:

Do you want to grow more nutritious and delicious food? Are you looking to increase yields and grow pest free crops?

Join us for a conversation with lifelong organic farmer Dan Kittredge, founder of the Bionutrient Food Association, who will help connect the dots between soil health, plant health, and human health.

Come learn how to mobilize your soil biology to improve plant and crop health. Dan will share his experience and knowledge covering soil biology basics, mineral balancing, growing with minimum tillage, fertigation/irrigation best practices and using Brix as a quality monitoring tool. Walk away with an understanding of why growers are adopting biological farming methods to address soil deficiencies and grow higher quality food crops.

  Thursday June 9th, 2016 from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

  Seed Bank located at 199 Petaluma Boulevard North in Downtown Petaluma



Buy Your Tickets here.


Dan Kittredge is the son of prominent leaders in the organic movement, and has been an organic farmer since childhood. His experience managing organic farms and developing sustainable agriculture techniques has connected him to farmers in Central America, Russia, India and the United States. Dan is passionate about raising the quality of nutrition in our food supply through collaboration with committed individuals, businesses, and organizations that support the value of people growing and eating really good food.

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